The much anticipated ROC Holiday Village is back and the festivities kick off Friday night.

There's something for people of all ages. You can check out Santa's workshop and take photos with the big guy in red or even write him a letter. You can also grab a hot chocolate, go shopping, ice skating or take in the window displays.

When you're ready to warm up, walk inside the lodge, grab a drink and some food from the local pop up restaurant on hand and listen to some live Christmas tunes. The hottest commodity at Roc Holiday Village is the cozy igloo's that come heated with a server.

"These igloo's are crazy in demand when we put them on sale they sold out in less than two hours for the small ones," said Cofounder Kelli Marsh. "There are a few spaces left for this one. People are very excited for the cozy factor, so that's what winter's about."

There are still tickets left to enjoy the two large igloo inns that fit 25 people and that includes New Year's Eve, but the small igloo's are no longer available.

ROC Holiday Village is open to visitors on weekends throughout the entire month of December.